The leaves are falling on the ground and the kids are heading back to school. That can mean only one thing – Summer is pretty much over!
At a time when many of us are embarking on new educational adventures why not up your ACL skills by attending one of the open enrolment courses scheduled to be run during November. Whether going for the foundations course or the advanced course you’re bound to pick up new skills which will enhance your ACL prowess.
The first instalment of the duplicate payments piece in our August newsletter proved incredibly popular, our dupes expert Ian Anderson (an aspiring J K Rowling) has followed this up with another instalment for you to enjoy.
Finally, if you have a spare five minutes try and crack our ACL anagrams.
A low turnover of spend, unconvinced by the arguments, or worried perhaps that it might make you look bad. There are plenty of reasons why organisations put off performing a payments review. I would argue, rightly, that there is no time like the present to look at your Accounts Payable function. What’s the worst that can happen? You invest some time and either recover some money, or get a clean bill of health.
Register now for ACL’s next webinar on the 21st of September. In this webinar, you’ll hear how the high–performing global internal audit department at Campbell’s Soup Company is driving efficiency and improving operational excellence across the organisation.
When considering the move to ACL AuditExchange (AX), many organisations need an experienced technical partner to assist them with the implementation. DataConsulting has the experience to take you through the implementation process and avoid the pitfalls.
The recent Insurance & Technology online article featuring ACL customer and Impact Award Grand Prize winner David Riddell of Fidelity National Financial (FNF) has been picked up in the August print edition. Insurance & Technology is the insurance industry’s authority on business and technology issues.
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